I’ve spent the last week on work experience at the regional Heart newsroom in Bristol, working with the team there on stories from all around Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Bristol and Somerset.
Thursday’s news – this particular recording broadcast live at 19:00.
I’ve just finished reading Kate Adie’s autobiography – entitled the Kindness of Strangers.
It has been suggested that BBC Local Radio in England will merge with BBC Radio 5 Live – the local stations would produce only Breakfast and Drivetime programmes, with 5 Live at all other times.
We’re now heading into the last week of October (remember – clocks go back next week), and Friday was my last day at college for the term.
Yesterday there was an open day at the University of Gloucestershire.
Monday was the first day back in college after the very long summer holiday. I am now in the second year, working towards my A2 levels.
© Wayan Vota / CC BY-NC I watched a programme on the BBC iPlayer yesterday, where BBC journalist Matthew Stadlen spent the day with the editor of the Independent newspaper, Simon Kelner.
Micheal Crick, political editor for BBC Newsnight, posted an article on his blog yesterday asking if the country is run by former journalists.
You probably heard yesterday about plans for The Times to start charging for access to its website from June this year.